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  • Bulk Mining Explosives (BME) Mining Technology Mining

    Bulk Mining Explosives (BME) is a leading manufacturer and supplier of bulk emulsions, on-site bulk emulsion plants, packaged explosives and initiating systems to meet the needs of the mining, quarrying and construction industries. Our portfolio is complemented by a range of services such as fly rock control, muck pile profiling and fragmentation

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  • Surface Bulk Explosives AECI Mining Explosives

    EXPLOSIVES AEL's S200 Eco base emulsion is used in surface mining applications within most geological conditions, but can also be used in hot-hole blasting applications. The formulation is able to inhibit the thermal effect within the hot-hole blast column in order to provide a safety window during which charging operations can continue.

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  • Emulsion Explosives iRing

    Underground mining is worthy of some additional comments. For example, in sublevel cave operations, emulsion explosives are virtually the only explosive types that can be pumped in toe and collar loading situations. Sublevel heights in most mines are typically less than 25 m. Therefore hole lengths can be in the order of 33 m. Hole diameters can range from 50 mm to over 100 mm.

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  • Understanding charging and blasting Mining Technology

    07.01.2020· While pumpable emulsions and other modern alternatives have almost entirely replaced outdated explosives such as nitro-glycerine (NG), ammonium nitrate fuel oil (ANFO) is still widely used in mining countries such as Australia, Russia and China. The use of emulsion has made blasting significantly safer than it was for the majority of the twentieth century due to their nature as a 5.1

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  • Emulsifiers for Explosives Clariant Ltd.

    Clariant Mining Solutions produces emulsifiers that are derived from PIBSA that is specifically engineered and manufactured for explosives, delivering a far better product than what is currently available in the market. We use "high reactive" PIB raw materials instead of the conventional "low reactive" PIB to deliver even higher performance.

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  • Emulsion Explosives iRing

    Underground mining is worthy of some additional comments. For example, in sublevel cave operations, emulsion explosives are virtually the only explosive types that can be pumped in toe and collar loading situations. Sublevel heights in most mines are typically less than 25 m. Therefore hole lengths can be in the order of 33 m. Hole diameters can range from 50 mm to over 100 mm.

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  • Mining & Explosives Croda Industrial Chemicals

    Mining & Explosives Mining & Explosives. Our commitment to developing new and unique chemistries for emulsion explosives has resulted in our broad portfolio of different emulsifiers. Our emulsifiers offer industry leading performance in terms of stability, flexibility and ease of use. The range offers a broad portfolio of high performance monomeric and polymeric emulsifiers that work

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  • Explosives Used in Mining: Properties, Types, Transport

    Most of the high explosives, permitted explosives and slurry explosives used in the mines have a velocity of detonation ranging between 2500 and 5000 metres per second. For high explosives which are used as boosters, the V.O.D. is high, e.g. O.C.G. 6000 m/s; Primer 7000 m/s.

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  • Dynamite and Packaged Emulsion Explosives

    Packaged Emulsion Explosives. Dyno Nobel manufactures a wide variety of packaged emulsion explosives including tube shells, paper wrapped emulsion and chubs for many mining explosive applications. All packaged emulsion explosive products are detonator or booster sensitive with excellent water resistance. DYNO® AP.

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  • UNDERGROUND BULK EMULSIONS Underground Bulk Explosives

    Underground Bulk Explosives. Product Catalogue 201829. UNDERGROUND BULK EMULSIONS. UG100 Series. AEL's UG100 base emulsion is used in underground mining applications where horizontal charging is prevalent. The UG100 series of emulsions are

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  • ANFO, Emulsion and Heavy ANFO blends Mining

    Properties of Explosive Emulsion Emulsion explosives are much better water resistant than water gel slurry or ANFO; as oil phase is at outside i.e., water phase is enveloped within oil phase (Water...

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  • BULK EMULSION EXPLOSIVE A CASE STUDY

    EMULAN is a bulk explosive produced by mixing PRILLIT (ANFO) with an emulsion. The addition of emulsion will give a more powerful explosive than PRILLIT itself with higher bulk strength and improved water resistance. The proportions of emulsion and ANFO can be varied to produce a range of products to meet different blasting conditions.

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  • The application of pumpable emulsions in narrow-reef stoping

    Emulsion explosives first entered South African underground tabular mining operations in cartridged form in the early 1980s. Emulsion explosives are composed of two immiscible liquids with an aqueous oxidizer phase and a fuel oil phase making up the explosive.

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  • Different Types of Explosives Used in Mining

    04.09.2019· In other words, are we using the same explosives in mining and warfare? Well, yes and no. From the ninth century AD (though the historians are still uncertain about the exact date of its invention) to the mid-1800s, black powder was the only explosive available. A single type of explosives was therefore used as a propellant for guns and for blasting purpose in any military, mining and civil

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